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Configuring the Touchscreen Computer’s “Power-On” State

From the factory, we set our computers to power on after an unexpected loss of power. Although uncommon this setting can revert back to the motherboard manufacturer’s default which is to stay turned off when the power returns. This document will guide you through the steps to have the system power on (automatically) after an unexpected power loss.

  • Step 1: Plug in a USB keyboard to the USB port on the bottom of the touchscreen
  • Step 2: Power cycle the saw by throwing the master breaker. NOTE: Make sure you give the saw 30 seconds to completely de-power before turning it back on.
  • Step 3: IMPORTANT – As soon as you throw the power switch, start pressing the delete key on the keyboard over and over (≈1 time per sec) until you see the main BIOS screen
  • Step 4: Using the arrow keys scroll to the “Chipset” tab. Then press the down arrow to select “South Bridge” and press enter.
  • Step 5: Using the down arrow key select “System State after Power Failure – Always Off” and change it to Always ON
Always Off
Change to Always On
  • Step 6: Press “F4” (Save and Exit). A pop-up window will come up and ask you if you want to save the configuration and exit. Select “Yes” and the computer will restart.
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